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bell jar

[′bel ‚jär]
(engineering)
A bell-shaped vessel, usually made of glass, which is used for enclosing a vacuum, holding gases, or covering objects. Also known as bell glass.
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My contention is that The Bell Jar underscores the difficulties faced by the conscientious individual longing for substance and self-transcendence within the community.
This strong echo of the mixed messages imparted to readers of women's magazines is representative of The Bell Jar as a whole.
Plath wanted to legitimize the text and to inform the reading public that it was a truer autobiography than The Bell Jar.
Plath committed suicide one month after the publication of The Bell Jar, her only novel.
Brain's clinical perspective has recently been more systematically applied by Claridge, Pryor, and Watkins (Sounds from the Bell Jar (1990)), three of whose ten case-studies of psychotic authors come from the eighteenth century.
Limiting the temperature loss in the sample from furnace to vacuum chamber, assuring that bell jar chamber seals are tight and vacuum gauge readings are constant and accurate are important to RPT accuracy and repeatability from melt to melt.
Her works include the poetry collections The Colossus (1960) and Ariel (1965) and her only novel, The Bell Jar (1963).
Despite the crowded conditions, Sylvia had written her first novel, The Bell Jar, which would be published in early 1963.
The work by which Plath is best known to her very large audience is the autobiographical account in The Bell Jar of a summer spent as college editor of Mademoiselle.
Plath wrote one novel, The Bell Jar, which was published under the pseudonym Victoria Lucas in 1963, and with proper attribution in 1971.
The bell jar and the bullhorn: Hernando de Soto and communication through title, Nestor M.
bell type structure high temperature furnace, With a vertical movement of the bell jar and fixed work table, With a frequency converter spindle drive, To ensure smooth operation.